[Live] 2NE1 Returns with Encore
By Staff Writer | August 18, 2012 12:23 AM EDT
After their last song, 2NE1 came back to requests for encore.
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Of course, the crowd wouldn't let them go that easily.
The band came back to requests of encores from the crowd and they came back with "I Don't Care" and "I AM THE BEST," which is another one of their mega hits and has a very strong bass beat that gets people dancing.
Dara seemed to be having issues with her microphone but the girls seemed very pleased with the crowd and with their performance. CL did introductions of the band to the audience and the dancers came out to be introduced as well as confetti was shot out into the stadium like a snow storm.
2NE1 comes to the New York area as part of their first global tour, "New Evolution" debut stops in the US. The girls will head to 10 cities in seven countries this summer, having successfully completed their concert in Seoul last month. The first stop in the US will be Newark, New Jersey tonight, 8PM EDT, at the Prudential Center and the concert is in preparation with nearly 80 staff members, volunteers and security officers.
They will continue on to San Francisco for their visit to Facebook HQ for the 'Facebook Live Q&A' on August 22 then to L.A. for their performance on August 24 at the Nokia Theatre.
Please be on the lookout by visiting the special coverage page of "2NE1 Global Tour New Evolution in US" for continuous update.
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